Shittu keen on Millwall stay

Millwall captain Danny Shittu wants to extend his stay at the club and the big defender is in talks about a new contract.

Last Updated: 19/04/13 at 15:11 Post Comment

Danny Shittu: Keen for prolonged Millwall stay

Danny Shittu: Keen for prolonged Millwall stay

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Shittu's current deal expires next summer but his representatives are in negotiations with the npower Championship side and the 32-year-old has made it clear that he wants to remain at The Den.

He told the London Evening Standard: "I love it here, I love everything about it.

"They need to be happy and I need to be happy but I am trying to commit my future to Millwall because they've done a lot for me. Hopefully we can get it sorted and I can stay for the next couple of seasons.

"I have been linked with a few other clubs but that is not important to me because I want to be at Millwall.

"I adore the fans and our manager believes in me."

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